willow and fig

pigeon coffee’s big list of earthy words for forest towns n such

ill add to this from time to time -

oak, chestnut, birch, willow, pine, fir, sycamore, maple, fig, palm, clove, clover, root, stem, bud, leaf, branch, log, twig, wood, basil, chive, dill, fennel, mint, parsley, rosemary, sage, thyme, pepper, cavern, hollow, tunnel, cave, den, burrow, nest, roost, nook, cranny, holly, aloe, orchid, lily, primrose, ivy, bramble, bamboo, berry, valley, meadow, field, paddock, rock, pebble, stone, river, stream, rill, brook, runnel, gutter, bee, bumble, honey, ash 

the ones in bold r my favourites :-)

anonymous asked:

What kind of things can I not burn/use for spells and rituals if I have a dog?

Well, a given is to always make sure not to burn anything near a pet and to make sure they can’t get to anything on fire. A few herbs that shouldn’t b e burned around them (or at all really) are:

  • Tea tree (oil)
  • Wormwood
  • Yucca
  • Garlic
  • White willow bark
  • Fig
  • Grapefruit
  • Holly
  • Lavender
  • Lemon Grass
  • and waaaaaaaay more

I would advise you to try and not burn the essential oil. Try putting it into a jar and putting the physical item/herb into a jar, sealing it tight, and putting it somewhere where you’re doggo can’t get to it. Extra points if you kick them out while doing the spell/ritual.